When I was little I would sit in my bed doing kid stuff until it was well past my bedtime. I remember that every time I wanted to actually go to sleep, I had a desperate feeling not wanting to get out of bed to turn off the lights. At those moments I really wished that Star Wars was real, and that I had the Force.
It’s becoming common knowledge now that LED lights (light emitting diode) offer a much wider array of color temperatures, which make them great for setting moods in different environments. But what exactly is color temperature, and how is it measured? Plain and simple, the color of the light that your LED bulbs will emit depends on its CCT or “Color Correlated Temperature,” which is measured on the Kelvin (K) temperature scale.